Tag: Lafarge Canada

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Bolt-on acquisition activity continues across industry

May 16, 2023 By

Granite Construction, Eagle Materials, Heidelberg Materials and Lafarge Canada are among the companies to announce deals of late.

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Lafarge acquires Westridge operations

May 3, 2023 By

Westridge Quarries, which supplies construction aggregates and offers contract crushing services, is joining forces with Lafarge Canada.

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Lafarge Canada makes key acquisition

November 2, 2020 By

Mixcore Aggregates’ assets in Alberta, Canada, are now part of Lafarge.

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Redefining the equipment dealer’s role

July 22, 2019 By

Selling equipment, offering top-notch service and providing critical parts remain essential dealer responsibilities, but the changing industry is asking dealers to adapt with it.

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Lafarge helps reconstruct turtle nesting beach

November 30, 2015 By

Lafarge Canada, along with Coastal Painted Turtle Project (CPTP) team members, reconstructed the turtle nesting beach at Burnaby

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Lafarge gives back with amphibian tunnel installation

August 11, 2015 By

Lafarge Canada partnered with the Fraser Valley Conservancy to install a tunnel for amphibian protection in the Ryder

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Lafarge Canada earns 3 top employer awards

May 18, 2015 By

Lafarge Canada received three top employer awards through the Canada’s Top 100 Employers 2015 competition. The annual competition,

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Rock replay: Processing C&D materials

May 7, 2015 By

An Ontario company realizes important environmental goals, customer satisfaction and higher profits by processing C&D materials. Extending the

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Lafarge steps up to protect endangered species

March 30, 2015 By

Lafarge Canada Inc. is working to protect coastal populations of western painted turtles, which are listed as federally

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